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two new developments tonight in the murder of a cockiesville
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native. the court date was set. george huguely's preliminary hearing is scheduled for january 21st. prosecutors say he killed love on may 3rd after the two had an argument of the the judge also denied a media request to have cameras present inside the courtroom. tonight, there are new questions regarding the death of maryland green party natasha petty grew. she was hit and killed. the family wants to know why the driver was not carried. >> reporter: dozens of people gathered at the site where the 30-year-old was hit and killed on her bike. >> i thought i hit a deer is a novel way of explaining away why you did not act responsibly. >> i hit a squirrel one day, i cried because i knew i hit it
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and i stopped. >> i don't feel our elected officials are responsive to the need of our constituents. >> reporter: early morning she was riding on her bike on route 202 when she was hit by littleford. littleford continued to drive home thinking she had hit an animal. when she saw the bicycle wedged under the car, she called the police. >> i asked that we have a thorough question. >> i think the biggest question at this point is if the driver knew that she hit someone or if she really thought she hit a deer. >> the county state's attorney says the investigation could take weeks. five months after the disaster began, victims of the gufrl oil spill be being promised bigger and faster payments. the administrator for the gulf
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coast claim facility say he's responding to the critics that say the payments is too small and too slow. 206 million gallons of crude spewed into the water. flood conditions are starting to improve in sections of the midwest but for some areas, the disaster isn't over yet. lucy receiver reports from wjz from minnesota. >> reporter: in many parts of minnesota and wisconsin, the flood waters are dropping but the in some places the worst is yet to come. lumber falls is a ghost town. at one point the streets looked like river and authorities evacuated the area. some of the flood waters have reseeded but people cannot go home of the national guard is keeping everyone out because the flood waters knocked out two huge propane tanks at a local gas station and it's feared they could explode. >> they said we couldn't get in to look at our place to see
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what's left. >> reporter: you can see how high the fire rose at the fire department with the equipment damaged inside. people in other parts of the region are returning home to see what the flooding left behind. many are venturing downstairs to washed out basements. >> half of our life stuff is wrecked and gone. >> i've never seen the river this high before. >> reporter: daniel bremer was able to go home but the damage was so bad he had to turn around. but there is hope on the horizon. the rain that drenchd the area is gone and sunny skies are expected for the next week. >> that storm system that caused all of that flooding is headed in our direction tonight.
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wjz is live with first warning weather. bernadette woods is tracking this storm. >> we're seeing part of the storm already move through today but the one with a lot of rain is going to hold off. there's nothing going on right now in our region. what we're going to do is open up and show you that one part of the storm hung back and it still has alet of rain with t it's going to dip across the south and then move into our region. there is a chance for the shower the first half of tomorrow. we know it's the home opener, but the first part of tomorrow just a chance of a shower. the more solid rain should hold off until tomorrow night or monday. update tonight on a baltimore county man who received a heart transplant during one of maryland's record blizzards this year. now he's coming together with his donor's family for a common cause. >> reporter: the blizzard in february lead david desebli to
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the ski slopes. yater got the call to get to the hospital. a heart was found that matched david desebli's heart. his neighbors dug out the car so he could get to the hospital for a life-saving operation. >> when they found my son, he didn't even have a heart beat and they were able to get his heart started again and donate it. >> david's mom finds herself this hot september morning at druid park. >> it is a celebration of david's life. >> this is michael yater. >> the man with david desebli's heart in his chest. >> when i look at michael yater i don't like at him as the man
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with david's heart. se a friend. >> a friend happy with his good fortune. >> i can't give back to this family what they have given me. all i can do is give this friendship back and help her deal with the situation and her loss. >> people grieve in different ways and my way of grieving is being involved. >> reporter: 400 people got involved today, all of them saying thank you to someone. we've just seen one example of someone who will say thank you every day. >> when you're supposed to do thank you letters through the organization, i can't understand how anybody can put down in words thank you. >> reporter: in all, they raised $48,000 today. back to you on tv hill. >> thank you, mike. you can register to become an organ donor when you get a maryland's driver's license.
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coming up, a new jersey college student shot to death near campus. what led to the gun fire. a bomb score forces passengers off their flight. why investigators believe it was all a hoax. lindsay hoe lan's baling out -- lohan's baling out. why she's getting another break. safely disposing prescription drugs in the first ever nationwide take back. that story is straight ahead. iment meteorologist bernadette woods. after a hot stretch of days, cooler air is on the way. we'll have your first warn complete forecast coming up on eyewitness news. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,
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bob ehrlich pretends to be for the working guy... but he's not on our side. i thought i knew bob ehrlich, but then i found out... he raised property taxes on every maryland family... and business. he increased college tuition... by 40%. 40%. and i thought i knew bob ehrlich. he was against raising the minimum wage. made $2.5 million...
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working for a lobbying firm. $2.5 million? he's not really on my side. with this tough economy, we really need a governor on our side. welcome back. a bomb threat forces nearly 300 people off their flight for nine hours. police believe it was all a hoax. pakistani jet was diverted to sweden after an anonymous canadian woman said someone -- a 19-year-old student is dead tonight after a shooting spree at a party near campus. police in new jersey say jessica moore died from her injuries this afternoon. four others were hospitalized with nonlife-threatening injuries. detectives are still looking for the shooter.
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they say he opened fire after he wasn't allowed into the party. police are offering a $10,000 reward for information leading to his arrest. a washington state police trooper is under investigation tonight, after he shot a pregnant woman. witnesses say the trooper fired a shot into a bedroom window, striking the woman under her armpit. police were executing a drug related search warrant. a partial guilty verdict. prosecutors say he ran a red light and killed the pitcher last year. the judge found him guilty of driving with a suspended license, but the jury recessed for the weekend without reaching a verdict. prescription drugs are quickly becoming a drug of choice for criminals who steal and sell them. today, maryland was part of a
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nationwide effort to get rid of prescription safely, and keep them off the street. >> reporter: over the years, helen johnson collected enough prescription drugs to fill a small box. she was also a care giver for her mother-in-law. this weekend is a chance to safely trash it all, in the first ever nation drug take back program. >> gave me a chance to clean out my cabinet. >> reporter: she isn't alone. people arrived at the police station to drop off old and unused prescription drugs. walter wanted to get rid of his medicine, but the hospital wouldn't take it back. >> that's good stuff for you. but it's terrible tasting. >> reporter: the dea will take liquid medicines and pills, but needles are out. and during the take back period, agents have a no questions asked policy. >> we realize now the biggest
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source of prescription drugs in the household is the medicine cabinet. >> reporter: the agent says criminals steal prescription drugs any way they can, and especially if it leads to a profit. but the takeback blocks that. >> you've heard the term dumpster diving. they'll do it, because they'll use it, or take the pills and sell them on the street. >> reporter: while police say the main purpose is to get as many prescription drugs off the street. they say another reason is to keep the drugs out of the hands of young people. >> in a recent survey a lot of teenagers say they get the drugs at home in mom and dad's medicine cabinet. >> reporter: now all these drugs are headed to an incinerator. >> the dea plans to host another takeback soon. lindsay lohan gets another
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break after a failed drug test. tonight the actress is out of jail after posting $300,000 bail. lohan was released through a back door late friday night, even though a judge ordered her to spend a month behind bars. his ruling was overturned after lindsay lohan's attorney filed an appeal. a celebration of life today along baltimore county's roads. it was the first ever larry's ride in remembrance of the bicyclist who was struck and killed by a car on butler road in april. the ride was followed by a cookout. gorgeous day to do anything outside. >> it really was. there was a lot going on. i had the honor of attending an event, miniature golf. we had a lot of people out there. mark viviano was out there.
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the bull dog was with us. i played with a wonderful family. i had a great time. tomorrow, we have a lot of events going on outside. the weather is going to change from today. before we get to that, this is where we topped out. we were at 91 degrees. that is our second day, straight in the 90s, and the third this week. now, as far as tomorrow goes, we're going below the averages. 75degrees, below that by tomorrow. it's still above average. 76in baltimore, even at 11:00 now. there are a lot of 70s out there. the only cool spot in the mountains in oakland. the winds have turned to the north. tomorrow they are turning around to the northeast. that will tap into cooler air for us. at the same time, the clouds are returning. few different parts to this storm system. one cold front went through for today. here's the moisture hanging back. that is going to swing by to the south, pick up more moisture and then move our direction.
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tonight, partly to mostly cloudy skies with the clouds starting to come in. more so tomorrow, chance for a shower or two. the home opener going on tomorrow. and the prostate cancer challenge. the first half of the day chance of a shower. solid rain will hold off until later in the day. and the rain will pick up monday and tuesday, as the center of the storm passes by. we're going to see heavy rounds of rain before we're done. other things to keep you updated on, matthew is a tropical depression at this point. winds down to 35 miles per hour. also still have lisa, back to a tropical depression, drifting off to the north. small craft advisories in effect for our area. winds dying down a little bit tonight. will pick up tomorrow off the northeast. going down to 57 degrees tonight. tomorrow, the chance for a shower or two the first half of the day. 70 for our high. the rain picks up, heavy at times, monday and tuesday cool to start out the week, and
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temperatures go back up toward the middle part of it. >> we could use the rain. thanks. sports is next. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,,,
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welcome back. we had high hopes for the os. >> don't lose them yet. the hopes were there for a while today, and overboard they went. orioles baseball topping our late night sports. the birds have won their race back to respectability. but tonight, blue jays on canadian soil, baseball's homerun sultan, jose batiste. all the way around second base before getting doubled up on the double play. 52 homers for batiste.
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0s losing 4-2. solo homer. bottom of 11th. tied at 4. walkoff homer. he's the difference maker in an orioles 5-4 loss to the blue jays. college football, 42-28. tony logan taking an inch, making it a mile. 85-yard score. 42-28. first college start, smith had eight catches for 459 yards. maryland wins as they get ready to host duke next weekend. high school football,
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gilman wins 42-6. sunday nfl reminder. ravens' first home game of the season, favored over cleveland, and will be shown at 1:00 tomorrow. nascar racing, from delaware. spinning out, coming to a complete stop in the middle of the track. absorbs the crunch at full speed. they were okay. kyle busch winning, all time season wins as kyle won his 11th nationwide victory. got quick scores, morgan beats howard. it's towson losing to columbia. >> going back to the nascar video, amazing to see that. usually people are okay, thankfully. >> there have been lesser
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accidents and people got hurt more. >> thank you so much. >> good having you here. >> thank you. nice to be here. still ahead, a boat made out of chocolate takes to the water. but can it stay afloat? but can it stay afloat? the a[ male announcer ] back. ., need a better way to save for the things you want? meet pnc virtual wallet. it comes with a wish list, that helps you set aside money for the stuff that really matters... just put the things you want on your wish list... and contribute money when you feel like it... then, watch as you get closer to getting what you want.
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a chocolateer is launching his newest creation, a boat made out entirely of chocolate and sugar. it took to the water with three people aboard. oh, not so good there. did have near misses.
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the first sea adventure was otherwise successful. a farmer is producing super fruit in missouri. he has two watermelons that each weigh over 100 pounds. the biggest is at 131. the smaller at 118. they're not the world's biggest. but he wants everyone to know he also grew a 31-pound cantaloupe. i'll take the chocolate boat instead. we'll be right back. ,,,,,,,, old gibbs canning company.
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,,,,,,,, today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence
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pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you. that's our report for tonight. a reminder, you can see the only

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